| We are currently recruiting for a HSE Superintendent
Eni has been active in Kazakhstan since 1992, in the exploration and production sector. We are a joint operator of the Karachaganak field and a part of the North Caspian Sea PSA (NCSPSA) consortium.
The Karachaganak field was discovered in 1979 and is located in a remote and challenging environment with temperatures ranging from -40⁰ Celsius in winter to 40⁰ Celsius in summer. The field’s depth is around 3,500 metres and 1,600 metres thick. It is one of the world’s largest gas and condensate fields, with estimated hydrocarbons initially in place (HIIP) at 9 billion barrels of condensate and 48 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of gas, with estimated gross reserves of over 2.4 billion barrels of condensate and 16 tcf of gas.
The key responsibilities are:
- Ensure that all in-field activities, assets and equipment are in accordance with HSE regulations, policies, standards and best practices, thereby assuring the safety of all personnel, assets and the environment.
- Be responsible for the HSE supervision of all the activities and assets in the field and the coordination of all HSE Supervisors, Engineers and PtW team, to ensure the application of HSE requirements and the control of hazards and risks.
- Manage the Permit-To-Work system and ensure the application of the Safe-System-Of-Work in all the field activities. Review the PtW on daily basis to ensure to ensure the compliance with the work permit procedure. Organize and ensure Tool Box Talk / Pre-Job meeting.
- The successful candidate will have be able to demonstrate extensive field site based experience managing both onshore and offshore assets.
Eni have been operating in Egypt since 1954. Eni’s share of hydrocarbon production in 2015 totalled 189,000 be/day, which is around 11% of the annual total.
Zohr is the largest gas discovery ever made in Egypt and in the Mediterranean Sea and will satisfy Egyptian natural gas demand for decades. On the basis of the data acquired in the well and available geophysical evidence, the field may have a potential of up to 850 billion cubic metres of gas in place and is therefore one of the largest gas discoveries in the world.
It is one of seven record-breaking projects from Eni, all of which are remarkable for their rapid approval rates and times to start-up.
- Relevant Degree or equivalent qualification in a technical discipline
- Extensive site based experience working for similar companies within the O&G industry
- Strong leadership experience managing large cross function client and contractor teams
Relevant Degree (or equivalent).